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    Re: Disabling sticky keys via group policy

    Thanks, you guys are legends

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    Re: Disabling sticky keys via group policy

    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisH
    Code:
    'Disable Sticky Keys
    Set ObjShell = Wscript.CreateObject("Wscript.Shell")
    RegKey = "HKCU\Control Panel\Accessability\Stickykeys\"
    WSHShell.RegWrite regkey & "Flags","506","REG_SZ"
    Vbscript version.
    Chris, don't suppose you have one which deletes the entire accessibility registry entry?

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    This is now in the wiki in vbscript form.
    Goto:
    http://www.edugeek.net/wiki/index.ph..._High_Contrast

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    I am updating a Dell image at the moment. I have taken this "opportunity" to deny the Students security group access to the Registry keys:

    HKCU\Control Panel\Accessability\Stickykeys\

    and

    HKCU\Control Panel\Accessability\HighContrast

    It didn't work! So I have taken the ticks out in Contol Panel/Accessibility Options [Keyboard/Display/General]

    We have no users in school at the momnet who would need to use High Contrast so this solution suits me as I am updating the station images anyway.

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    I have some reg edits if you want them? for sticky keys and high contrast. They take a second to apply

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    Quote Originally Posted by timbo343 View Post
    I have some reg edits if you want them? for sticky keys and high contrast. They take a second to apply
    @timbo343: I will give them a try: I have more than one type of station to update and as we know each needs its own image. Thanks.

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    both high contrast and sticky key patch
    Attached Files Attached Files

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZeroHour View Post
    This is now in the wiki in vbscript form.
    Works lovely. May update it to include FilterKeys and ToggleKeys though...

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    This has just made my day... it has become the new game of our students to change the screens to high res and put sticky keys on! We spoilt their fun with the screen rotation patch for intel gfx.

    Thanks guys

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    That Administrative Template doesn't work because it's wrong. Try this;

    CLASS USER

    CATEGORY "Additional Settings"

    POLICY "Restrict Use of Sticky Keys"

    EXPLAIN "This policy disables the use of Sticky Keys"

    KEYNAME "Control Panel\Accessibility\StickyKeys"
    VALUENAME "Flags"
    VALUEON "511"
    VALUEOFF "510"

    END POLICY

    END CATEGORY

    Hope this helps ya.

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    Disable Ease Of Access with Group Policy


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    Disable Accessibility Options with Group Policy


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    Anyone still looking for ADM
    then copy below into something.adm - Works fine on Win7

    CLASS MACHINE
    CLASS USER
    CATEGORY "Control Panel"
    CATEGORY "Accessibility Lockdown"
    KEYNAME "Software\Policies\Accessibility"
    POLICY "Automatic Reset"
    KEYNAME "Software\Policies\Accessibility"
    VALUENAME "TimeoutConfig"
    VALUEON NUMERIC 1
    VALUEOFF NUMERIC 0
    ACTIONLISTON
    KEYNAME "Control Panel\Accessibility\Timeout"
    VALUENAME "Flags"
    VALUE "3"
    END ACTIONLISTON
    ACTIONLISTOFF
    KEYNAME "Control Panel\Accessibility\Timeout"
    VALUENAME "Flags"
    VALUE "2"
    END ACTIONLISTOFF
    PART "Timeout after idle for" DROPDOWNLIST
    REQUIRED
    KEYNAME "Control Panel\Accessibility\Timeout"
    VALUENAME "TimeToWait"
    ITEMLIST
    NAME "5 minutes"
    VALUE "300000"
    NAME "10 minutes"
    VALUE "600000"
    NAME "15 minutes"
    VALUE "900000"
    NAME "20 minutes"
    VALUE "1200000"
    NAME "25 minutes"
    VALUE "1500000"
    NAME "30 minutes"
    VALUE "1800000"
    END ITEMLIST
    END PART
    END POLICY
    POLICY "Disable StickyKeys (including shortcut)"
    KEYNAME "Software\Policies\Accessibility"
    VALUENAME "StickyKeysLockdown"
    VALUEON NUMERIC 1
    VALUEOFF NUMERIC 0
    ACTIONLISTON
    KEYNAME "Control Panel\Accessibility\StickyKeys"
    VALUENAME "Flags"
    VALUE "506"
    END ACTIONLISTON
    ACTIONLISTOFF
    KEYNAME "Control Panel\Accessibility\StickyKeys"
    VALUENAME "Flags"
    VALUE "510"
    END ACTIONLISTOFF
    END POLICY
    POLICY "Disable FilterKeys (including shortcut)"
    KEYNAME "Software\Policies\Accessibility"
    VALUENAME "FilterKeysLockdown"
    VALUEON NUMERIC 1
    VALUEOFF NUMERIC 0
    ACTIONLISTON
    KEYNAME "Control Panel\Accessibility\Keyboard Response"
    VALUENAME "Flags"
    VALUE "122"
    END ACTIONLISTON
    ACTIONLISTOFF
    KEYNAME "Control Panel\Accessibility\Keyboard Response"
    VALUENAME "Flags"
    VALUE "126"
    END ACTIONLISTOFF
    END POLICY
    POLICY "Disable ToggleKeys (including shortcut)"
    KEYNAME "Software\Policies\Accessibility"
    VALUENAME "ToggleKeysLockdown"
    VALUEON NUMERIC 1
    VALUEOFF NUMERIC 0
    ACTIONLISTON
    KEYNAME "Control Panel\Accessibility\ToggleKeys"
    VALUENAME "Flags"
    VALUE "58"
    END ACTIONLISTON
    ACTIONLISTOFF
    KEYNAME "Control Panel\Accessibility\ToggleKeys"
    VALUENAME "Flags"
    VALUE "62"
    END ACTIONLISTOFF
    END POLICY
    POLICY "Disable High Contrast (including shortcut)"
    KEYNAME "Software\Policies\Accessibility"
    VALUENAME "HighContrastLockdown"
    VALUEON NUMERIC 1
    VALUEOFF NUMERIC 0
    ACTIONLISTON
    KEYNAME "Control Panel\Accessibility\HighContrast"
    VALUENAME "Flags"
    VALUE "122"
    VALUENAME "Pre-High Contrast Scheme"
    VALUE ""
    END ACTIONLISTON
    ACTIONLISTOFF
    KEYNAME "Control Panel\Accessibility\HighContrast"
    VALUENAME "Flags"
    VALUE "126"
    END ACTIONLISTOFF
    END POLICY
    POLICY "Disable MouseKeys (including shortcut)"
    KEYNAME "Software\Policies\Accessibility"
    VALUENAME "MouseKeysLockdown"
    VALUEON NUMERIC 1
    VALUEOFF NUMERIC 0
    ACTIONLISTON
    KEYNAME "Control Panel\Accessibility\MouseKeys"
    VALUENAME "Flags"
    VALUE "58"
    END ACTIONLISTON
    ACTIONLISTOFF
    KEYNAME "Control Panel\Accessibility\MouseKeys"
    VALUENAME "Flags"
    VALUE "62"
    END ACTIONLISTOFF
    END POLICY
    END CATEGORY
    END CATEGORY

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheScarfedOne View Post
    This has just made my day... it has become the new game of our students to change the screens to high res and put sticky keys on! We spoilt their fun with the screen rotation patch for intel gfx.

    Thanks guys
    Can you send that Intel GFX patch my way?

    Many thanks!



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